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    K-State Undergraduate Catalog 2000-2002
     

    About the Catalog
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    Student Financial Assistance
    Services for Students
    dAcademic Assistance Center
    dAcademic and Career Information Center
    dAdult Student Services
    dAlcohol and Other Drug Education Service
    dCareer and Employment Services
    dCooperative Houses
    dDisabled Student Services
    dEducational Supportive Services
    dGreek Affairs
    dHousing and Dining Services
    dInternational Student Center
    dK-State Student Union
    dLafene Health Center
    dMulticultural Programs and Services
    dNew Student Services
    dOff-Campus Housing
    dOffice of Student Life
    dRecreational Services
    dReligious Affairs
    dStudent Activities and Services
    dStudent Government
    dUniversity Counseling Services
    dUpward Bound
    dWomen's Center
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    University Counseling Services

    Fred Newton, Director
    232 Lafene Health Center
    785-532-6927
    E-mail: ucs@ksu.edu
    www.ksu.edu/ucs

    University Counseling Services is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays and 5 to 7 p.m. on Tuesdays.

    Professional counselors, psychologists, and a psychiatrist are available to assist K-State students. Individual, couple, and/or group counseling is offered for people wishing to discuss academic, career, or personal concerns. Psychological testing may be used as an adjunct to career or personal counseling.

    Counseling is a confidential service. Anything you say to a counselor, the fact that you used this service, or test results will not be disclosed to other persons or agencies within or outside the university, within ethical limitations. No information about counseling goes on your academic record.

    University Counseling Services is funded in part by the student health fee. Students receive some initial individual sessions without charge per year. A nominal fee is charged for additional services. Lafene Health Center eligibility fees for spouses and non-enrolled summer students do not apply to UCS.

    Programs using a workshop or seminar format are offered to enhance personal growth and skill development. These may include stress management, biofeedback, career life planning, assertiveness training, relationship enhancement, responsible drinking, and ACOA support. A Career Life Planning course is offered for academic credit.

    The University Counseling Services staff, and the APA-accredited internship training program in psychology, adhere to the ethical code of the American Psychological Association.

    Topics within Services for Students:
    dAcademic Assistance Center dGreek Affairs dOffice of Student Life
    dAcademic and Career Information Center dHousing and Dining Services dRecreational Services
    dAdult Student Services dInternational Student Center dReligious Affairs
    dAlcohol and Other Drug Education Service dK-State Student Union dStudent Activities and Services
    dCareer and Employment Services dLafene Health Center dStudent Government
    dCooperative Houses dMulticultural Programs and Services dUniversity Counseling Services
    dDisabled Student Services dNew Student Services dUpward Bound
    dEducational Supportive Services dOff-Campus Housing dWomen's Center
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    Kansas State University
    November 10, 2000